If you have fair skin, you're good to go. The material and fit are incredible. If you have a darker skin tone, however, the mesh does not match at all. The mesh is "nude" colored, but whose nude, exactly? In fact, I highly suspect that editing was used on the images of the darker model above to make it look like the mesh matches her. It doesn't. It's extremely light in person. Why bother using darker skinned models if you don't really make your clothes with us in mind?
Obviously, I knew of this flaw before purchasing. But I have a lot of experience with tinting mesh to match different skin colors and will be doing so with this dress because it's perfect for my graduation from uni. It would be nice, however, if the fashion industry would stop pretending as though fair skin is the default. Quality, luxury fashion brands like this one especially have no excuse.